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If you want to have a significant wave of confusion, keep track of smartphones launched by Samsung. You will surely be dizzy trying to understand where the Galaxy F41 fits.

Samsung is very prolific when it comes to launching new smartphones. I feel like I see a new Galaxy every two weeks. The role of some models in the market is a bit more abstract, because it is difficult to identify something special there, but the new Galaxy F41 definitely deserves a little attention.

The Samsung Galaxy F41 is built around a 6000 mAh battery, one of the largest ever used by Koreans in a company smartphone. If all goes well, that battery should keep you away from the outlet for 26 hours of video streaming or 21 hours of internet browsing. If you only want to talk on the phone, you may catch up to three days away from the outlet. Not many phones can boast of this.

The slightly amazing part of this terminal is that it was created in India and is still produced there. It is built around a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED panel with a native Full HD + resolution, with a brightness of 420 nits. The processing part is a combination of an Exynos 9611, a Mali-G72 MP3 GPU, 6GB RAM and 64 or 128GB of internal memory, depending on the budget.

The terminal pre-installed with Android 10 and One UI Core 2.1 comes bundled with a dual-sim tray that includes a third space for a microSD card. Beyond the battery, its major advantage is the possibilities of capture. Its main camera is 64 megapixels, while the front camera is 32 megapixels.

In addition, it has an ultrawide camera on the back of 8 megapixels and another five megapixels for live focus. The latter is the depth sensor. Also on the back is a fingerprint sensor. It shoots 4K Ultra HD and includes a capture mode called Single Take, which involves taking seven photos and three short clips from a shot, from which to select the ones you love.

The new smartphone comes with a 15W charger that charges your phone in two hours and 40 minutes from 0 to 100%. In the first phase, it will be available only in India, starting with October 16, at a price of 200 euros for the model with 64GB of internal memory and 210 euros for 128GB.


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